The SalmonAid Foundation raises awareness of the plight of west coast salmon populations, the rivers and streams they spawn in, and the many coastal and inland communities that rely on salmon for their livelihoods and survival.
The Foundation’s educational outreach includes the SalmonAid Festival, featuring music and educational booths that highlight the natural history of salmon, as well as the history, culture and traditions of salmon peoples – from Morro Bay, California to Bristol Bay, Alaska, and inland to Idaho and Nevada.
By uniting commercial, tribal, and sportfishing interests with conservation organizations and chefs, the SalmonAID Foundation celebrates and motivates people to restore our wild salmon and healthy, free-flowing rivers.
Join us in throughout October 2011 as we celebrate Salmon Month at Aquarium of the Bay in San Francisco.
SalmonAID President, Jon Rosenfield, and Executive Director, Mike Hudson, Describe SalmonAID 2009